Explore the Benefits of Strengthening Your Pelvic Floor

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Pelvic floor rehab is a professional therapy focused on exercising the muscles in your pelvic region. There are two main types of pelvic floor rehab: manual rehabilitation and electro-magnetic stimulation (EMS) therapy.

Although EMS therapy may produce a more pronounced result quickly, both methods have benefits. Here are some of the most common benefits of pelvic floor rehab.

Pain Management in Your Pelvic Region

Pain in your pelvic region can feel like an intense pressure or a dull ache. It can manifest as a throbbing sensation or a persistent cramp. In some cases, the pain comes and goes, for example, when triggered by exercise, sexual intercourse, or urination. At other times, it feels like it just won’t go away. For many patients experiencing pain in the pelvic region, pelvic floor rehab can help.

Because a great deal of pelvic floor pain is caused by muscle tension, EMS therapy can be particularly beneficial in offering relief. Pelvic floor rehab helps strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and improve their tone at rest.

Improved Satisfaction During Sexual Activity

A little-known fact about the pelvic floor is that its muscle groups play a key role in a woman’s sexual function. A strong and healthy pelvic floor can enhance sexual pleasure and arousal during sexual activity. Pelvic floor rehab ensures that aging doesn’t have to make sex less enjoyable or less frequent.

Management of Urinary Incontinence Issues

It’s common for women to experience increased issues with incontinence as they age, including problems with leaking, feelings of urgency, frequency, and hesitation. For many, pelvic floor exercises can help. Pelvic floor rehab improves the function of the muscles in the pelvic floor, which can, in turn, help you gain better control over your urinary function.

Relieve Bowel Irregularities

Improving muscle function and mind-body coordination in your pelvic region can help with urinary function and help normalize your bowel movements. The pelvic floor’s muscular bowel includes the uterus, bladder, and rectum. Patients struggling with constipation and the feeling of incomplete bowel movements can benefit greatly from pelvic floor rehabilitation.

Schedule a Consultation for Pelvic Floor Rehab

Are you ready to see the benefits of pelvic floor rehab in Murray, UT, for yourself? There’s no better time than now to practice self-care. Contact Rise Rejuvenation Center at 801-707-2666 or book now using our flexible online scheduler.

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